Watch Florence + The Machine Play Their Game Of Thrones Song Live For The First Time

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Florence And The MachineFlorence + The Machine recorded a version of Game Of Thrones’ “Jenny Of Oldstones,” the song that Podrick sings, for the end credits of the second episode of the season. And last night, during their headlining set at the FORM Arcosanti festival in Arizona, they performed it live for the first time. Florence … More »

St. Vincent Announces New Album MassEducation, A Reimagining Of MASSEDUCTION

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“If a song is strong enough, it can exist in a lot of different forms and still feel emotional and powerful,” St. Vincent said in a recent video for Twitter Music. She was referring to “Fast Slow Disco,” her house-pop rendition of “Slow Disco,” the penultimate track on her fantastic 2017 … More »

PEOPLE Collective Launches Website With Tons Of New Music From Justin Vernon, The Dessner Brothers, & More

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PEOPLE is an artist collective where Justin Vernon and the Dessner brothers serve as the ringleaders. There’s a festival component, which takes place in Berlin this August and will feature over 150 artists performing and collaborating together. And there’s a new website, which was just launched with a ton of new music that … More »

Hear 3 Tracks From Thomas Bartlett & Nico Muhly’s New Album Peter Pears: Balinese Ceremonial Music

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Thomas Bartlett (aka Doveman) and Nico Muhly have teamed up for a new collaborative album called Peter Pears: Balinese Ceremonial Music. It was inspired in part by notations made by ethnomusicologist Colin McPhee and eventually recorded with composer Benjamin Britten in the 1940s. The album is made up of both covers of those … More »

Watch Sufjan Stevens & St. Vincent Perform At The 2018 Oscars

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Say what you will about the bloated pomp of the Oscars, but if they get Sufjan Stevens to perform with St. Vincent, Moses Sumney, and Chris Thile on a national telecast, then they’re doing something right. There’s some precedent for this kind of indie underdog story at the Oscars, of course, with Elliott Smith’s “Miss … More »